Healthy, Happy Kids: At CentroNía, we’ve seen firsthand how access to fresh, nutritious meals impacts children’s learning and development. Children develop lifelong food preferences before the age of three, so it’s important that centers help them access a variety of foods to explore new tastes and textures.

 

Our Food & Wellness Program does just that, and we were honored to see their efforts highlighted on the cover of today’s Washington Post! Click here to read the Washington Post story.

 

Myrna’s Story: Earlier this month, CentroNía’s President & CEO Myrna Peralta shared her story in the Washington Business Journal.

 

“Today, in the darkness of the pandemic, I believe adults have an even greater responsibility to create spaces where childhood joy and lightness thrive. I’m thankful for the supporters of CentroNía who make it possible for us to do just that.”